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Unix*

Hello All
is there something on this earth,something when i tybe (uname)
it types for me (UNIX)?


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Hmmm...yeah....what are you talking about? Care to elaborate on what it is your having an issue with?
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Correct me if i am rong

Hello
What i ve knew tell know about UNIX* Alikes.
BSD'S / Linux / Comm. UNIX* <Solaris/SCO/HP-UX>
All Of them are UNIX Flavors or Alikes!
Where is The Operating System That is Called UNIX*
or UNIX* is just a standrd that's when some vendor makes a OS and calles it UNIX,must keep up with UNIX* Standrd?


Qmemo
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you want something like... unix98 ? hmmm maybe some history is in order:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UNIX
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Re: Correct me if i am rong

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Hello
What i ve knew tell know about UNIX* Alikes.
BSD'S / Linux / Comm. UNIX* <Solaris/SCO/HP-UX>
All Of them are UNIX Flavors or Alikes!
Where is The Operating System That is Called UNIX*
or UNIX* is just a standrd that's when some vendor makes a OS and calles it UNIX,must keep up with UNIX* Standrd?
Qmemo
Yes, UNIX is not a product, per se. The Open Group uses UNIX as a 'certification mark' that certifies compliance with their criteria.

Most others, not so interested in these issues, say UNIX is now a generic term that describes a generic operating environment.

We are not here to judge .... just to Q&A the technical issues. however, if you ask me, UNIX is both a certification mark and a generic pre-emptive multitasking operating environment.

UNIX is not a product that is " traded", as is similar marks (like SONY VAIO) are typically used as a trademark.
 

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